Locations: Indiana

Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition – Indianapolis

2012 Sponsors/Partners: National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium, Alliance Auto Gas, BAF, Clean Energy, IMPCO Automotive, Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Corn Marketing Council, Indiana Soybean, Alliance, ROUSH Clean Tech, Thorntons, Vectren Date/Time: October 18, 2012 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Event Location: Lucas Oil Raceway Park – Drag Racing Event 10267 East US Highway …

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Kickoff Event: Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition

More information to come. Date: TBD Location: 6283 E. Centenary Road Mooresville, Indiana 46158 Contact: Kellie Walsh, Site Coordinator Email • 303-503-2287 • Host Page Odyssey 2012 to Kick off in Indianapolis The National Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Day Odyssey national media kickoff event will be Oct. 18 in Indianapolis. Hosted by Greater …

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South Shore Clean Cities Coalition

2014 Event Highlights: South Shore Clean Cities Coalition displayed three alternative fuel vehicles at Cowtober Fest at Fair Oaks Farms. Information was provided explaining National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey and the importance of alternative fuel vehicles. Participants were able to trick or treat, carve pumpkins, and enjoy other festival …

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Imagination Station / Ivy Tech Community College, Lafayette

Attendance: 50 students, children, consumers Event Highlights: Because Imagination Station is a hands-on science education center, the goal of this event was to create an environment where children in the community could become familiar with alternative fuel technologies. To this end, several vehicles (each demonstrating a distinct alternative fuel technology) …

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Ivy Tech Community College, Lafayette

2014 Event Highlights: The Ivy Tech Community College Odyssey event was held at Tippecanoe Mall where Ivy Tech volunteer students, automotive and sustainable energy staff, and employees from participating businesses where available throughout the day to answer questions as guests visited the display area in the Community Commons. Vehicles on …

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